In this letter we are able to look at the past and see more than just the history, we can appreciate how the people felt at those times of unfairness. This letter in particular makes you understand not all of Germany was with Hitler or the Nazi party. How one of the closest relatives of the leader of Germany, didn’t share his ideas and rather oppose them. I found the letter amazing for many reasons among them the story of William Patrick Hitler of standing up against one of the most dangerous leaders in the world, and the historic richness the letter
Wiesel manages to create many viewpoints and to throw us in his shoes for us to understand the inhumanity of the ones had no sympathy towards the jews during the holocaust. Wiesel’s use of ethos, pathos, logos, diction, and allusion certainly gives the audience information and emotions he was hoping
One view is that the Holocaust couldn’t have been carried out without the support from ordinary German people. Therefore, a crucial area that the Nazi’s concentrated on was propaganda. The minister for propaganda was Josef Goebbels from 1933 to 1945 after his popularity rose within the public. Goebbels main task was to convince the German public that the Aryan race was the most superior race. The Jewish people suffered and were on the receiving end of racism due to the Nazi’s: "As anti-Semitism grew within the population, the things done to the Jews by Hitler and his army began to be widely seen as acceptable.
The theme love and hate is portrayed in the Book Thief in many instances. Hitler is loved by many Germans and is hated by much of the rest of the world. Hitler was doing terrible things to Jews, Africans, homosexuals, and many other minorities. Many people didn’t realize the terrible crimes he committed. He got away with every murder he caused, every abusive action he encouraged.
Hitler's scorn of the Jews was profoundly felt and wasn't only for political convenience. By differentiation, Hitler's denouncement of homosexuality seems to have been politically spurred (to legitimize the virtual execution of the leader of the SA, who was straightforwardly gay person). Be that as it may, quite a bit of Hitler's composition, both open and individual, continues returning to the Jews. Some of it demonstrates a feeling of individual repugnance. A great deal of what you see in Mein Kampf assaults Jews and Judaism way past what was basic for most Germans of the time.
Born on March 16, 1911 was the most fearful man anyone would have to face at Auschwitz. Most say that he belonged in the atmosphere of Auschwitz, always sharply dressed and with a quaint smile. Mengele was no doubt the most enthusiastic doctor on the job, and was often known to take duties for other doctors that thought the tasks were too morbid. Mengele performed some of the most gruesome experiments ever known, and easily became the most dangerous man at Auschwitz. Josef Mengele didn’t always have the reputation that he grew up to have, though.
He was involved with some of America’s greatest downfalls and triumphs. This made him one of the most courageous men in America’s eyes, “...it seems to me that President Harry Truman made the right decision to drop the atomic bombs”(Wieman). There were many who fought in the war that were highly in favor of him and all that he stood for because he was able to defeat the enemy. However there were still people who felt as though he did not handle those situations well enough. Although there was an outpouring of adoration for the president there was also a backlash from those who were not as understanding towards the choices that were made.
Hitler was born in a small village by the name of Branau am Inn, Austria, on April 20, 1889. When young Adolf was only three years old, his family moved to Germany, later on his brother died letting Hitler become farther and farther away from his family. One of Hitlers favorite things to do as a child was create art and one day become and artist. But Hitlers dad did not approve of Hitlers hobby. Hitlers father had preferred him to get into business.
Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering” summarizes the thinking behind Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. Intro to SD2: Intolerance is another way the Nazis justified the Holocaust. The differences between the Jewish people and the average German was pointed out with great hostility upon the rise of the Nazi Party.
Will was not controlling the city well, so the people got furious with him and everyone starts destroying stuff. Will Doom says ¨Now that my dad is gone I am the new governor of the city¨people thought that they can do whatever they wanted to do so the people went crazy about what was going on in the city. Patrick Vieira was one of the best governors in the whole world. He was a good person that he decided to make U.S better and there were others that helped him. Their names were Lulu, she was a woman that helped many people with their problems that they have in their society of wealthiness , and the last person is Leo Hans, who helped many presidents with their rules so he create a new rule for them.
After his treacherous Childhood, Adolf Eichmann began a career of evil that would take the lives of millions of men,women, and children. Within adulthood, Adolf Eichmann began his career as a Nazi. Adolf Eichmann attended a Nazi party assembly and quickly was hooked. Adolf Eichmann was quick to join, Influenced by the propaganda and the powerful speeches. To join the Nazi party was very popular back then.
After hearing what he did to those Jewish people in the building would have mind- blowing and extremely appealing to me. I would have either said “no” or just walked away. This is a big thing that happened after the Holocaust, the Jews were left with this horrible experience and lifetime of sorrow while some Nazi’s felt extreme bad for what they did. Some Nazi’s wanted to forgive the Jewish people for the heinous acts they committed, but the majority of the Jewish population would never forgive the Nazi’s. This is such a burdensome thing to come across and try to deal with because of the magnitude of the situation.